Tag: IT Jobs

Red Team vs. Blue Team in Cybersecurity

May 31, 2024 in Cybersecurity, IT Education


Think your company’s data is safe? Cybersecurity red teams are the good guys who try to break in! Blue teams are your digital defenders. Learn about the battle to protect your info! #cybersecurity #redteam #blueteam #datasecurity #ITjobs Context: Imagine a game of capture the flag, but instead of a flag, it’s your company’s secret information! […]


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Top Trending IT Jobs

June 3, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized


Volatility in the job market comes with the territory. However, things are looking strong for certain markets, especially in IT. In a recent review of the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, forecaster Daniel Greenspan offers some conclusions. The top three jobs in the IT forecast are featured below. IT […]


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The All-Important Job Description

September 4, 2020 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting


Recruiting and eventually hiring the right IT professional starts with a thoroughly written job description. Your job description is a foundation for the hiring process and ultimately the success of the people you hire. Get the job description right sets up the rest of the hiring process to move forward smoothly. Get it wrong and […]


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Warning! How to spot a bad job.

September 20, 2019 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Intelligence


You are actively looking to make a positive change in your career, and you’ve made it to the goal line – you received an offer. Just as important as your compensation package and benefits, you need to find a company that is a good fit for you. It is imperative that you are careful and […]


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Why You Should Never Lie on Your Resume

August 23, 2019 in Ask a Recruiter, Dallas IT Recruiting


Hiring managers report spotting lies in applicants’ resumes at an ever-increasing rate. As the old saying goes – 75% of hiring managers say they have uncovered lies in resumes. The other 25% didn’t read very carefully. The inconsistencies range from slight exaggerations to full-blown fiction. Perhaps someone thinks it will look impressive to fudge their […]


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